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Dharma Talks and Teachings

Christopher Titmuss, a former Buddhist monk in Thailand and India, offers Dharma teachings addressing the wide variety of issues in daily life including mindfulness, meditation, communication and wise action.

Drawing directly on the Buddha's wisdom, Christopher explores in depth world and spiritual experiences including an enquiry into ethics, love and awakening. His talks are practical and insightful, serious and at times, humorous.

For more Information please visit http://www.insightmeditation.org

Christopher relies upon donations from around the world to support his teachings. If you wish to give Christopher suppport, please have a look here.

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Memory, what we have been told and identity can act as a block to truth such as the truth of greed for land, the truth of blame and retaliation and truth of delusion. Who am I not who I have been told who I am matters. Is silence and stillness telling me who I am?Dharma talk recorded in England, 2009For more information on the author and Dharma related topics see http://www.insightmeditation.org
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The mother of Prince Gotama died seven days after his birth. His mother’s sister brought him up with King Suddhodana, the boy’s father. His father had unresolved control issues including a determination to prevent the boy from seeing the realities of life such as ageing, pain and death. The consequences of the father’s attitude affected all members of the family for many years to come.Dharma talk recorded in Germany, 2013.For more information on the author and Dharma related topics...
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Experience comes before theory and knowledge. Mindfulness goes to body, feelings, states of mind and Dharma and the process of conditionality, rather than attributing events to the self to show the emptiness of self. See what leads to what.For more information on the author and Dharma related topics seehttp://www.insightmeditation.org
Topics: Dharma, Mindfulness, Dhamma, Buddha, Titmuss
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A common spiritual view claims that there is only the Now. We are encouraged to be harmonious and one with the now. Certain gurus claim that the now is the true reality. This gives the feeling of oneness. So truth is then oneness. Is it? Is it the true reality? It is not a teaching of the Buddha to make such claims about oneness and the now.Dharma talk recorded in England, 2009For more information on the author and Dharma related topics see http://www.insightmeditation.org
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Dharma Talk recorded in Bodh Gaya, India, January 2008. For more information on the author and Dharma related topics see http://www.insightmeditation.org
Topics: Dharma, Buddha, Titmuss, India
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Who are you? Our first response is to give our name. We are a name. I am English. Therefore I am my country. I am a teacher. Then I am my job. Who am I? An identity is formed for the conventions. What is behind the presentation? Who am I before I give a name?Dharma talk recorded in Germany, 2011For more information on the author and Dharma related topics see http://www.insightmeditation.org
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We experience a wide variety of states of mind including feelings and emotions. We experience absence of such states of mind.Are there resources within to transform difficult emotions or do we need wise counsel? Practice distinguishes pleasant and painful feelings/emotions and works with both.Dharma talk recorded in India, 2013.For more information on the author and Dharma related topics seehttp://www.insightmeditation.org
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Ancient teachings pointed to a single transformative experience of the ego. Could one’s life be going back and forth between the infinite and the finite. Metta means love as much as friendship and kindness but can be at the expense of romantic love.Dharma talk recorded in India, 2013.For more information on the author and Dharma related topics seehttp://www.insightmeditation.org
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The “All” includes senses, sense objects and the “All” that takes in the inner life. We have to consider what is gross and its change to subtle. We sometimes act in gross ways deserving attention. The body may not be a gross lump but subtle sensations. The solid is not so solid as we think. The mindful one meditates on the duality of gross and subtle.For more information on the author and Dharma related topics seehttp://www.insightmeditation.org
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We seem to be able to organise control over our circumstances such as cars and aeroplanes but examining our inner is a different matter. The self within manifests regularly as the controller affecting the way we view states of mind and outer. The controller is then unwise and unskilful.Dharma talk recorded in Germany, 2009For more information on the author and Dharma related topics see http://www.insightmeditation.org
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What robs us of happiness? Pressure, tension and control get reinforced through the thoughts used to justify our experience. Mindfulness serves as a step towards the dissolution of contraction to reveal peace of mind and happiness. Happiness touches us in various ways from nature, to meditation, to listening to the Dharma.For more information on the author and Dharma related topics seehttp://www.insightmeditation.org
Topics: Dharma, Meditation, Dhamma, Buddha, Titmuss
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From politics to practice, we need to engage with issues and not allow meditation to cut us off from active compassion. Isolation is the breeding ground for resentment, anger and violence. Inter-connection and engagement matters.Dharma talk recorded in India, 2013.For more information on the author and Dharma related topics see http://www.insightmeditation.orgIf you want to make a donation to Christopher, you are very welcome to provide dana...
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Does our personality obscure what really matters?We judge others and ourselves through features of personality rather than looking deeper. We forget that a personality consists of regular repetition, wholesome or unwholesome of certain patterns of mind. We identify with these patterns. It becomes our persona. At times, the personality is not functioning. There is a stillness within…For more information on the author and Dharma related topics seehttp://www.insightmeditation.org
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We experience that which is formed together. We want to posit something permanent. Humans have needed a religious metaphysic, such as the word God to transcend the world to give comfort. These rather charged concept become a metaphysic to get to sometimes at the expense of freedom. Any ideology of freedom corrupts freedom.Dharma talk recorded in Israel, 2010For more information on the author and Dharma related topics see http://www.insightmeditation.org
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The touch of the Deep shows itself in a break from the unresolved issues from the past. We have come out of a relationship but we have really learnt something from it.Dharma talk recorded in Israel, 2012.For more information on the author and Dharma related topics seehttp://www.insightmeditation.org
Topics: Dharma, Dhamma, Buddha, Titmuss
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The realms from heaven to hell, human, animal and hungry ghosts are worthy of consideration and reflection. Dreams and experiences can touch these realms. Karma moves the dynamics of change to generate the realms. Liberation stands free from being stuck in a realm.Dharma talk recorded in Germany, 2009For more information on the author and Dharma related topics see http://www.insightmeditation.org
Topics: Dharma, Dhamma, Buddha, Titmuss
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The teachings explore the nature of the self, of I. The “I” cannot sit. Only the body can “sit.” The “I” identifies with the body so we say “I am sitting here.” There is the pure witness who witnesses the variety of experiences. Control and will power is the problem of the meditator. Am I the pure witness or can we go deeper?Dharma talk recorded in India, 2013.For more information on the author and Dharma related topics seehttp://www.insightmeditation.org
Topics: Dharma, Meditation, Dhamma, Buddha, Titmuss
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We either want something to change or we don’t want it to change. Human issues revolve around these perceptions. Some meditators believe that witnessing change moment to moment is enough. What can we change. What can’t we change? Such as our parents….Dharma talk recorded in India, 2012.For more information on the author and Dharma related topics seehttp://www.insightmeditation.org
Topics: Dharma, Dhamma, Buddha, Titmuss
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Dharma Talk recorded in India, January 2006. For more information on the author and Dharma related topics see http://www.insightmeditation.org If you want to make a donation to Christopher, you are very welcome to provide dana here
Topics: Dharma, Buddha, Titmuss, Meditation
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What is an important way to understand the 8 fold path? We need to examine every factor of the path so that know what areas we need to develop. The path contributes to a fulfilled life. Books can nourish or distract. We notice more through mindfulness and concentration (we call meditation). The beam of light above the altar of a Gothic cathedral makes the dust stand out in the light. The light of mindfulness reveals what shows. Concentration keeps us steady on the object. Dharma talk recorded...
Topics: Dharma, Dhamma, Buddha, Titmuss, Mindfulness, Meditation
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People get separated from each other due to beliefs – monks/nuns from householders. Tantra means to weave together, to expand. Tantra draws upon different traditions, sexuality, sensuality and daily life rather than live trapped in a box.Dharma talk recorded in Israel, 2012.For more information on the author and Dharma related topics seehttp://www.insightmeditation.org
Topics: Dharma, Tantra, Dhamma, Buddha, Titmuss
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Originally, Vipassana referred to monks who dedicated themselves to meditation for insight rather than rituals, ceremonies and forms. Vi-passana means to double the contact so that insight arrives. Some monks organised meditation for insight. Much meditation contributes to various experiences of calm, of spirituality but insights matter as well.Dharma talk recorded in Germany, 2011. For more information on the author and Dharma related topics seehttp://www.insightmeditation.org
Topics: Dharma, Dhamma, Buddha, Titmuss, Vipassana, Meditation
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Grasping onto conditions makes life problematic. If something really affects us there may be a causal condition whether happy or painful. What is the immediate sense of what brought an issue about? We must be honest with ourselves. The teachings examine the known not the elevation of the Unknown into a supernatural.Dharma talk followed by questions and answers. Recorded in Australia, 2012For more information on the author and Dharma related topics see http://www.insightmeditation.org
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There are, at times, torrents of self blame and lack of self worth. The voice of the inner critic can arise in a peaceful atmosphere. What feeds the voice of inner blame? The quality of attention matters to see in fresh ways towards understanding the dynamic.Dharma talk recorded in Israel, 2011For more information on the author and Dharma related topics see http://www.insightmeditation.org
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Dharma Talk recorded in Bodh-Gaya, India, January 2007. For more information on the author and Dharma related topics see http://www.insightmeditation.org
Topics: Dharma, Buddha, Titmuss, India, Emotions, Dhamma
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Mind and Matter are mutually supportive, relating to each other. Mind influences matter and matter influences mind. What is it we don’t like about ourselves in mind and body? We live in the spell of images. We learn to live without fear in the face of mind/matter.Dharma talk recorded in Germany, 2011For more information on the author and Dharma related topics see http://www.insightmeditation.org
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Dharma Inquiry recorded at Bodh Gaya, India, January 2008 For more information on the author and Dharma related topics see http://www.insightmeditation.org
Topics: Dharma, Buddha, Titmuss, Inquiry, India
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Three most important kinds of knowledge referred to by the Buddha. A purpose of a palpable silence is to enhance receptivity to knowledge to transform. Silence and knowledge give support to each other. Silence appears to be all inclusive but it is without insightful knowledge – a major aspect of the Dharma.For more information on the author and Dharma related topics seehttp://www.insightmeditation.org
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Dharma Talk recorded in Germany, May 2008. For more information on the author and Dharma related topics see http://www.insightmeditation.org If you want to make a donation to Christopher, you are very welcome to provide dana here
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Gradually or slowly, stream entry shows a profound shift within with a knowing that one cannot go back to the old patterns. In the midst of daily life, you know if the shift is authentic. One who entered the stream has experienced impermanence deeply to know nothing is worth holding onto. Dharma talk recorded in Germany, 2008. For more information on the author and Dharma related topics seehttp://www.insightmeditation.org
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We are leaving the old to explore the new. What was the main regret for people at the end of their life? Working too hard, they said.  If we do not see clearly, then trouble will come. We think life is about me and what I want. When we bring the best out of our being, we touch the vast, the immensity of life.Dharma talk recorded in Israel, 2012.For more information on the author and Dharma related topics see http://www.insightmeditation.org
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We look upon the wholesome influence of the past upon the present. It is good karma. Sometimes we feel the past oppresses our present. Truth examines causes and conditions and the effects. Seeing clearly exhausts unsatisfactory influences from the past. We are not interested in an abstract truth but a wise response to events. Dharma talk recorded in India, 2010 For more information on the author and Dharma related topics see http://www.insightmeditation.org
Topics: Dharma, Dhamma, Buddha, Titmuss, Karma
We put aside our roles. The inner life grabs hold of an event, past, present or future to build a story. First hand inquiry contributes to insight into the fields of experience. If you grasp emptiness, it is like taking medication which does not dissolve in the stomach. Dharma talk recorded in India, 2010 For more information on the author and Dharma related topics see http://www.insightmeditation.org
Topics: Dharma, Dhamma, Buddha, Titmuss
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Dharma Talk recorded in India, February 2006. For more information on the author and Dharma related topics see http://www.insightmeditation.org If you want to make a donation to Christopher, you are very welcome to provide dana here
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Dharma Talk in India, January 2006 For more information on the author and Dharma related topics see http://www.insightmeditation.org
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In the rhythm of the day, countless impressions pass through consciousness but only a few register and make an impact. Practice includes the capacity to give only a bare description to any event. There is an experience and a voice within that takes up a view about the experience. We listen to that voice to respond or not.Dharma talk recorded in Israel, 2012.For more information on the author and Dharma related topics seehttp://www.insightmeditation.org
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We explore birth and death – of an experience, of a day, of a friend or relative. Reflection on death reduces fear and unhappiness. We look at our thoughts and views to see what is worthwhile. Understanding matters. We are known by our actions, said the Buddha.Dharma talk recorded in Germany, 2011For more information on the author and Dharma related topics see http://www.insightmeditation.org
Topics: Dharma, Dhamma, Buddha, Titmuss, Birth, Death
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Do we learn from past experiences? What have we learnt? What is the difference between knowledge and wisdom? The obsession with knowledge robs children of play. Practice offers another form of learning to find wisdom. The act of listening is an important feature of practice.Dharma talk recorded in India, 2012.For more information on the author and Dharma related topics see http://www.insightmeditation.org
Topics: Dharma, Dhamma, Buddha, Titmuss, Wisdom, Learning
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Dharma Talk recorded in the Spirit Rock Meditation Center, USA, August 2006. For more information on the author and Dharma related topics see http://www.insightmeditation.org If you want to make a donation to Christopher, you are very welcome to provide dana here
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We can experience dukkha (unsatisfactoriness, suffering, stress) and know experiences without dukkha. We do not realise how we build up dependency. Dharma teachings point to a life without friction with the body or the inner life. Let me take responsibility for what I am feeling and thinking. This is an act of maturity.Dharma talk recorded in Israel, 2011For more information on the author and Dharma related topics see http://www.insightmeditation.org
Topics: Dharma, Dhamma, Buddha, Titmuss, Dukkha
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Dharma Talk recorded in Germany, May 2006. For more information on the author and Dharma related topics see http://www.insightmeditation.org If you want to make a donation to Christopher, you are very welcome to provide dana here
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There is the emergence of the seeker, the seeking and the sought. Our culture may not offer what we truly seek. The experience is important but the relationship to the experience is more important. Seeking is the act of questioning. Life is no picnic. Dharma talk recorded in Germany, 2011 For more information on the author and Dharma related topics see  http://www.insightmeditation.org
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There is the wish to be heard, to be understood. At times, we pour out a form of verbal diarrhoea without consideration for the other. The way we communicate often means we are not heard. What is the voice of liberation?For more information on the speaker and Dharma related topics seehttp://www.insightmeditation.org
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Dharma Talk recorded at the Spirit Rock Meditation Centre, USA, October 2007. For more information on the author and Dharma related topics see http://www.insightmeditation.org
Topics: Dharma, Buddha, Titmuss, Spirit Rock
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Dharma Talk recorded in Germany, March 2006. For more information on the author and Dharma related topics see http://www.insightmeditation.org If you want to make a donation to Christopher, you are very welcome to provide dana here
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Dharma Talk in India, 2006 For more information on the author and Dharma related topics see http://www.insightmeditation.org
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Dharma Talk recorded in India, January 2007. For more information on the author and Dharma related topics see http://www.insightmeditation.org
Topics: Dharma, Buddha, Titmuss, India
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Dharma Talk recorded in India, February 2006. For more information on the author and Dharma related topics see http://www.insightmeditation.org
Topics: Dharma, Buddha, Titmuss, Meditation, Emotions
Freedom has no form, nor shape, no substance, nor beginning nor ending yet seeing and knowable. It is empty of being any ‘thing.’ It is important to distinguish a need from desire (a problematic wanting).Recorded in Israel, 2011For more information on the author and Dharma related topics see http://www.insightmeditation.org
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The concept “mindfulness” and its application has entered into public discourse. We can direct mindfulness to the past, present and future. Pity and blame impact upon the present. Am I vulnerable to the weight of history? Commentary on the book of Israeli politician, Avram Berg. Mindfulness dwells in time and dwells in a certain space.Dharma talk recorded in Israel, 2011For more information on the author and Dharma related topics see http://www.insightmeditation.org
Topics: Dharma, Dhamma, Buddha, Titmuss, Mindfulness
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There is no such thing as fate, chance, destiny, luck, random or a coincidence. We are saying at such times we cannot see the causes and conditions that cause something to happen. Desires, negativities, boredom, anxiety and doubt/fear influence our consciousness.Dharma talk recorded in India, 2012For more information on the author and Dharma related topics see http://www.insightmeditation.org
Topics: Dharma, Dhamma, Buddha, Titmuss
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The limits and the occasional benefits of chanting. Our poets refer to life and death, love and loss. We explore the passing away of something which allows something else to come about. Awareness of arising and passing allows life to flow freely.Dharma talk recorded in India, 2012For more information on the author and Dharma related topics see http://www.insightmeditation.org
Topics: Dharma, Dhamma, Buddha, Titmuss
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Dharma Talk recorded in Germany, May 2006. For more information on the author and Dharma related topics see http://www.insightmeditation.org
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Intention and action do not require desire to get a result. There is also the desirer, the desire and the desired. These three form together. What is our relationship to results? The field of time, past, present and future is in this process of desire. The divine is not in the field of pleasure and pain. The divine reveals love. A god has transcended the limits of being human. The divine makes something beautiful happen.Dharma talk recorded in India, 2010. For more information on the author and...
Topics: Dharma, Dhamma, Buddha, Titmuss, India
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Inquiry recorded in Israel, April 2006 For more information on the author and the Dharma Facilitators Pogramme (DFP) see http://www.dharmafacilitators.org/
Topics: Dharma, Buddha, Titmuss, Inquiry
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Dharma Talk recorded in France, May 2006. For more information on the author and Dharma related topics see http://www.insightmeditation.org
Topics: Dharma, Buddha, Titmuss, Meditation
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Dharma Talk recorded in Israel, April 2006. For more information on the author and Dharma related topics see http://www.insightmeditation.org
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Dharma Talk recorded in Germany, May 2008. For more information on the author and Dharma related topics see http://www.insightmeditation.org If you want to make a donation to Christopher, you are very welcome to provide dana here
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Dharma Talk recorded in Germany, May 2008. For more information on the author and Dharma related topics see http://www.insightmeditation.org
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Background to some of the retreats in India. To be a butterfly, we must break free from being a moth. This is truly the creative.Am I living in any boxes? In the clear non-doing, the stillness, the creative act can emerge after moments or years. We have tremendous capacity for the creative act if there is sacrifice.Dharma talk recorded in India, 2012.For more information on the author and Dharma related topics seehttp://www.insightmeditation.org
Topics: Dharma, Creativity, Dhamma, Buddha, Titmuss
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Commentary on the events that led up to the Buddha’s awakening. Why his deep meditation experiences before the night of the full moon were unsatisfactory. He realised that our view shapes the way we live our lives. He pointed the way to the middle way between self indulgence and self hate.For more information on the author and Dharma related topics seehttp://www.insightmeditation.org
Topics: Dharma, Dhamma, Buddha, Titmuss
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Dharma Talk recorded in the Spirit Rock Meditation Center, USA, August 2006. For more information on the author and Dharma related topics see http://www.insightmeditation.org
Topics: Dharma, Buddha, Titmuss, Spirit Rock
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Dharma Talk recorded in Germany, November 2006. For more information on the author and Dharma related topics see http://www.insightmeditation.org If you want to make a donation to Christopher, you are very welcome to provide dana here
Topics: Dharma, Buddha, Titmuss, Meditation, Feelings
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Dharma Talk recorded in Bodh Gaya, India, January 2008. For more information on the author and Dharma related topics see http://www.insightmeditation.org
Topics: Dharma, Buddha, Titmuss, India
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Dharma Talk recorded in Tiruvannamalai, India, January 2008. For more information on the author and Dharma related topics see http://www.insightmeditation.org
Topics: Dharma, Buddha, Titmuss, India
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Dharma Talk recorded at the Dharma Facilitators Programme, March 2008. For more information on the author and Dharma related topics see http://www.insightmeditation.org
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Dharma Talk recorded in Australia, December 2007. For more information on the author and Dharma related topics see http://www.insightmeditation.org If you want to make a donation to Christopher, you are very welcome to provide dana here
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Dharma Talk recorded in Germany, May 2008. For more information on the author and Dharma related topics see http://www.insightmeditation.org If you want to make a donation to Christopher, you are very welcome to provide dana here
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Dharma Talk recorded in Sarnath, India, February 2007. For more information on the author and Dharma related topics see http://www.insightmeditation.org
Topics: Dharma, Buddha, Titmuss, India
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Dharma Talk recorded in Germany, May 2007. For more information on the author and Dharma related topics see http://www.insightmeditation.org If you want to make a donation to Christopher, you are very welcome to provide dana here
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Dharma Inquiry recorded in Germany, May 2006. For more information on the author and Dharma related topics see http://www.insightmeditation.org
Topics: Dharma, Buddha, Titmuss, Inquiry
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Dharma Talk recorded in India, February 2006. For more information on the author and Dharma related topics see http://www.insightmeditation.org If you want to make a donation to Christopher, you are very welcome to provide dana here
Topics: Dharma, Buddha, Discourse, Titmuss
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The Way or the Path is a widely used metaphor. There is no confirmation in the nature of the path but only of diversity in the field of experience. Problems arise through the inflation of differences to the level of causing suffering. The inflation of differences leads to conflict.Dharma talk recorded in Israel, 2011For more information on the author and Dharma related topics see http://www.insightmeditation.org
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Dharma Talks and Teachings
by Christopher Titmuss
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A short comment on the French film Of Gods and Men. Where do we stand on an ethical dilemma. A human beings has the capacity to be a god. Krishna, the god, has a dialogue with Arjuna about war because the gods understand the humans and humans struggle with ethics and the sins of commission and omission.Dharma talk recorded in India, 2011. For more information on the author and Dharma related topics seehttp://www.insightmeditation.org
Topics: Dharma, Dhamma, Buddha, Titmuss, India